Contributing editor Lew Migliore says that carpet is not on its way out, but rather provides a unique opportunity for those who understand its niche role in the flooring industry.
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Maria Pope of JPC Architects discusses the influence of residential aesthetics in commercial spaces through design choices, featuring products like Interface’s skinny tiles, Bolon’s woven vinyl and cement tiles by Clé.
Executive editor Darius Helm analyzes updated economic indicators in the commercial flooring market, discusses developments in the flooring categories, and reports on the state of the various commercial market sectors.
Publisher Kemp Harr interviews Graham Howerton, the vice president of FEI Group, regarding trends in the multifamily sector, including carpet's retreat to the bedroom and issues arising from the increased selection of LVT.
Editor Beth Miller talks with four commercial interior designers about the various online design tools and what they hope to see develop next in the world of technological design services.
Editor Beth Miller reviews this year's National Wood Flooring Association Expo, including highlights from Mullican, Somerset, Maxwell Hardwood Flooring, Mannington Mills, American OEM, Mirage, Mercier, Emily Morrow Home, Lauzon and Harris Wood.
Publisher Kemp Harr discusses predictions for 2017's GDP growth, as well as the 25th anniversary for Starnet, and the 15th annual CARE meeting in Indianapolis.
Publisher Kemp Harr interviews hospitality designer Krista Ninivaggi of K&CO about her journey from a pre-college architecture course to Rockwell Group to opening her own boutique firm, and much more.
Associate partner and project manager David Hobart Jr. of McCarthy Nordburg writes about his firm's recent brand-conscious design for Big Yam, a creative advertising agency in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Editor Jessica Chevalier discusses the growth of Maryland's Value Carpet One, which began from a trade in 1972, and after 45 years, is still a strong, family-focused business in the Chesapeake Bay area.